A fundamental requirement to taking your life back from the system that wants to enslave you is to start cooking for yourself.  Back in the day I used to eat a lot of takeout foods.  I never really got into the frozen TV dinners that you see throughout every grocery store freezer aisle.  My disposable income was being wasted on takeout food or fast food.  I lived in Playa Del


Having lived with multiple sclerosis for the better part of 10 years, I had to completely change the way I ate.  Somehow, I always thought that cooking was more of a complicated issue than what it actually was.  But in reality, most of us are just lazy when it comes to cooking  But it doesn’t have to be a lot of work if you stick that that famous Navy slogan


Since coming to Japan to help Mrs S with the caregiving of her mother in her last days on Planet Earth, naturally I’ve been eating a lot of Japanese food.  I love Japanese food, and really can’t get enough.  I’ll more likely than not be blogging about a whole lot of different foods, snacks, and delicacies in the near future.  However, I also love my food that I cook.  I


I has been said that I am a fussy eater, which is something George Carlin once said is just a nice way of saying a big pain in the ass.  Mrs S could easily tell you that I didn’t exactly warm up to most Japanese food right away.  Unless you live in a major metropolitan area such as Los Angeles, where I’d lived for close to 25 years before having


It doesn’t take too much effort to take good care of yourself if you make a habit out of eating at home.  Don’t get me wrong, I love to go to a nice restaurant and eat rich foods just like anyone else.  But you can save more than just your life by eating at home, you can save a lot of money.  Living in Los Angeles, it’s well know that